3-in-1 Learning Magnets - Home Learning Company

3-in-1 Learning Magnets

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(multi-level product)              
AGES: 18m - 5+  see skills chart below
INCLUDES: 10 magnets and "additional learning ideas" card

    VIDEO: color identification with Learning Magnets

    VIDEO: shapes & counting practice with Learning Magnets

This 10-piece magnet set addresses the early childhood concepts of colors, shapes, and days of the week...and MUCH MORE! Begin using this magnet set with your 18-month old for color recognition. Around 2 years of age, the magnets GROW with your child as he begins to identify basic shapes. By age 4 your child will be familiar with colors and shapes, thus allowing verbal color and shape cues for the days of the week and the concepts of “yesterday,” “today,” and “tomorrow.” Use on a refrigerator, cookie sheet, pizza pan, or whiteboard. Also, have your early learner practice tracing, matching colors, coloring, cutting, letter identification, and counting sides by creating a busy bag with this magnet set, crayons, paper, and scissors!

**meets or exceeds U.S. CPSC safety requirements**

     As seen on San Diego CBS News 8 TV

    VIDEO: toddler boy learning colors    

    VIDEO: toddler girl practicing colors and shapes


a dry erase marker easily writes and wipes from the magnetic shapes for additional learning possibilities.

 Try these additional, hands-on activities with the 3-in-1 Learning Magnets set:

  1. TRACE each shape onto any type of paper.
  2. MATCH the color coordinating crayon, marker, or colored pencil to each shape.
  3. COLOR each shape.
  4. CUT-OUT each shape with child safety scissors.
  5. WRITE the days of the week on each shape.
  6. COUNT the number of sides of each shape.

 Home Learning Company products are perfect for introducing new concepts, reinforcing existing skills, sleepovers at grandmas, family game night, or on-the-go (screen-free) fun!

 early childhood development with 3-in-1 Learning Magnets

1. color identification

2. shape recognition

3. days of the week

4. counting

5. letter recognition

6. matching

5. fine motor skills (tracing, coloring, cutting)

6. cognitive skills (attention, focus, concentration, memory)